Archive for Month: October 2012

3 Takeaways from “The End of the One Size Fits All Database Era” Webinar

We had a record-breaking turnout to our free webinar yesterday on The End of the One Size Fits All Database Era. Clustrix CMO Mark Sarbiewski and Senior Principal Analyst for Enterprise Strategy Group Evan Quinn covered topics ranging from the challenges of legacy databases to expanded definitions of Big Data […]

Webinar: The End of the One Size Fits All Database Era

Pop quiz: What does ‘NoSQL’ stand for? Hint: It doesn’t mean non-SQL or non-ACID compliant. Just five years ago, almost every company looking to manage data turned to traditional RDBMS. But with the wave of emerging Web 2.0 companies, and an evolution in consumer expectations that means apps need to […]

Clustrix and GoGrid Partner to Combine the Elasticity of the Cloud with the Power of a Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS)

Best-of-breed companies share a commitment to performance, reliability, flexibility, and transparency SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Oct 16, 2012 – Clustrix, the scale-out SQL database for Big Data applications, and GoGrid, a leading cloud infrastructure company, today announced a partnership to make it easier for customers worldwide to use Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) […]

New Clustrix Relationship with Equinix Expands Global Reach of its Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) Offerings

First Mission-critical, Scale-Out DBaaS Now on the European Continent AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands – Oct 16, 2012 – Today at GigaOm’s Structure Europe, Clustrix, the scale-out SQL database for Big Data applications, announced a new relationship with Equinix, the global interconnection and data center company. Clustrix selected Equinix as a data […]

Running the Ruby on Rails Database Performance Benchmark

The Ruby on Rails Performance Benchmark is described in a white paper available on the Clustrix website. I’m going to go through the high-level steps to get the appropriate pieces of software deployed and configured within your user environment so that you can take a look at benchmarking a 3-node […]